Fringed by mature hedgerows, Cheslyn Park sits on the peaceful outskirts of Cheslyn Hay opposite two local schools.
Bright and spacious, the Larch is a stylish semi-detached home offering modern finishes, as well as a full-width open plan kitchen/diner and large private garden, made for entertaining.
A rare opportunity to purchase a brand-new bungalow, with two double bedrooms and a beautifully landscaped garden, specially designed with those over the age of 55 in mind.
With a popular contemporary open plan kitchen/diner, the Birch has many modern features making this an attractive choice for smaller families, first-time buyers and young professionals.
Ideal for practical modern family living, the Pine is a detached home boasting generously proportioned bedrooms and living areas as well as ample storage space and off-road parking.
A golden opportunity to own a stylish and spacious family home, the extremely popular Chestnut has been carefully designed to meet your lifestyle needs.
Cheslyn Hay houses for sale
Close to some of Staffordshire’s loveliest countryside destinations but perfectly placed for access to Cannock and the cities of Wolverhampton and Birmingham, Cheslyn Hay is a peaceful village whose streets are lined with an attractive mix of local red brick and pale rendered houses.
The popular village offers a great range of local amenities and the exciting new McArthur Glen designer shopping village can be reached in minutes. Numerous picturesque country walks are close by – including waterside rambles in the Wyrley & Essington Local Nature Reserve, which is just 1.5 miles away.
Cheslyn Hay has excellent transport links by road and rail. Landywood train station is 1.5 miles from Cheslyn Park and has direct trains to Midlands destinations including Cannock and Birmingham city centre.
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